because they're in not high-paying enough. what say you? >> well, that is certainly an issue, and i have had republicans from border states say, look, go to a chicken processing factory, you're not going to fine a lot of 0 native born americans working. you're not going to hear a lot of english spoken. but there's no doubt that the presence of large numbers of low-skilled immigrants does tend to depress wages on the lower end of the scale, and there's a debate going on right now among republicans in the senate over that very issue, as the senate begins to think about putting together a bill based on this gang of eight's proposal, and you have one group of senators saying, we have to address this problem, and another group of senators saying, look, this depresses wages, we shouldn't do it. >> byron, thank you very much, sir. have a good weekend and be careful. >> thank you, eric. >> now mexico is trying to get in on america's immigration reform. it should even have a say?